Episode 92 of the Bronx Bias Podcast! This week Denzel is joined by special guest Nelson "Host" Santiago, a Bronx based Nuyorican artist and activist! Listen as Denzel and Nelson discuss his pathway and origins into art, his art style and how he got his nickname "Host", break down the reasons why Denzel and Nelson campaign so strongly for the borough of the Bronx with their work and platforms, his Covid-19 hardships, discuss places Nelson has on his "art wish-list", and stay tuned as Nelson tells a story about the wildest date he ever went on! Along with Bronx Facts, Twitter and Instagram Q&A, and much more! Hope you enjoy the podcast and Stay Safe out there! From the Bronx New York where SH*T HAPPENS!
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